This is from O’Neil. I play this as part of a set starting with Hunting the Hare and ending with Jack on the Green.
Aka. Brose and Butter
It seems in the repertoire of Scottish pipers. Hamish Moore recorded it as "Brose and Butter," with the Gaelic title "Uileam’s Calum’s Morag’s."
So, it’s duplicated: https://thesession.org/tunes/1145
sounds a lot like Bugga Fe Hosa to me.
It’s an old Scottish song tune. As Burns printed it in "The Merry Muses of Caledonia", the chorus goes
Gie my love brose, brose
Gie my love brose an butter
For nane in Carrick wi him
Can gie a c—t its supper.